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Dutch Fort Kota Belanda, Pangkor Island - Malaysia Travel Influencer

Dutch Fort  known as Kota Belanda is a fort located in Pangkor Island, it was built by the Dutch in the year 1670. The fort was constructed to control the tin market and hide from the local sultanate of Perak. Today the fort has become popular among tourists that visit Pulau Pangkor (Pangkor Island). The fort ruins still visible, you may visit the big garden and see the remaining ruined walls.  There are also available some souvenirs stalls in the garden, where you can purchase any goodies or souvenirs. Admission: Free entry  Address: 32300 Pangkor Island, Perak (location below)  

National Textile Museum

The National Textile Museum is a museum situated inside the complex of Sultan Abdul Samad Building.

The museum displays how the Malaysian national textile are decorated and made.

On display are various national attire: melayu national attire, Chinese national attire, indian national attire, and last but not least the indigenuous orang asli attire.

Entrance fee: Free.

Address:26, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
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